The Red Deer 2019 Canada Winter Games Bid Committee completed the final bid document and it was sent to Ottawa in great Red Deer style.
July 2014 News Archive
Drivers will have to make way for horses, floats and marching bands on July 16 for the Westerner Days Parade.
Advance warning flashers on some Red Deer intersections will change as of next week.
With the continuous increase of visitors to the Saturday Red Deer Market at the Red Deer Arena, parking has become a concern for area residents.
Power was lost to some areas of the Collicutt Centre this morning and is expected to be fully restored later today.
The aquatic committee appointed to advise City Council on the size, location, included amenities, cost and phasing of a multi-use aquatic centre will present its final report to Council next Monday.
Residents of some apartment buildings south of the hospital may want to make plans outside of the home Wednesday, July 9, as a power outage is scheduled for most of the day.
Last night, Red Deer City Council gave second and third reading to the Chicken Bylaw, opening the doors to new chicken licenses within Red Deer.
The number of building permits issued in June increased substantially over the same time last year, from 130 to 210.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) will be knocking on doors in neighbourhoods that have experienced a fire to try to prevent similar incidents in future, as part of a new program called After the Fire.
The construction in the westbound lanes of the 67 Street bridge will no longer affect commuters during peak travel times. Construction will be halted from 6:30 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. allowing both westbound lanes to be open.
The Red Deer 2019 Canada Winter Games Bid Committee made a huge announcement this morning; Cari and Ron MacLean will be Honorary Chair Members for the Red Deer Bid Committee.
Red Deer’s population continues to grow according to the 2014 municipal census results. From 2013 to 2014, 1,476 new residents decided to call Red Deer home, an increase of 1.5 per cent.
Approximately 10,000 customers were without power for just under an hour on Saturday afternoon, following an unexpected outage that occurred at one of The City of Red Deer’s major substations.
Red Deer Emergency Services is on the scene after a gas line was struck during work on 55 Street and 49 Avenue (Gaetz Avenue North).
Traffic can move through the 55 Street/49 Avenue intersection once again following a road closure this morning due to a gas line strike.
The Idle Free program is on City Council’s agenda on Monday, July 21, as administration provides Council with an update and takes a look at next steps in the program.
Improper disposal of a cigarette into a peat moss planter was the cause of a fire in Lancaster early this morning.
A lightning strike and a fallen tree were the causes of outages this afternoon that knocked out power to parts of southwest Red Deer before 3:30 p.m.
Red Deerians are invited to attend the launch of the War Memorials Tour on Thursday, July 24 at 1 p.m. at Veterans’ Park located at 49 Avenue and Ross Street.
Electric Light & Power (EL&P) crews have concluded their investigation into the cause of a major outage that knocked out power to approximately 10,000 customers July 12, 2014, finding a sensor misread shut down the system.
City Council ratified a new six-year collective agreement with the International Association of Firefighters, Local 1190 at its July 21, 2014 Council meeting.
Electric Light & Power crews are replacing a broken power pole on Riverside Drive near Lions Campground.
Overall crime in Red Deer decreased slightly in the second quarter of 2014, according to crime statistics released by The City today.
The warm weather Alberta has been experiencing is resulting in higher than normal power consumption.